In this Master Class
Level up your Power Scripts skills with this advanced hands-on training course
If you want to learn the core functions of Power Scripts, start with Power Scripts Master Class: Core Functions.
Lesson 1: Master class introduction
This master class offers hands-on training from Jonathan Muse to take your Power Scripts knowledge to the next level and get the most out of Jira.
Lesson 2: Live fields
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to control fields in a given Jira project or issue context.
Lesson 3: Event listeners
This lesson shows you how to perform event-based actions (Listeners) in Jira.
Lesson 4: SIL scheduler
Power Scripts expert Jonathan Muse gives you a step-by-step demonstration of how to automatically schedule SIL Scripts.
Lesson 5: JQL functionality in Data Center and Server
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to run advanced Jira Query Language (JQL) searches on Data Center and Server.
Lesson 6: JQL functionality in Cloud
This lesson covers how to run advanced Jira Query Language (JQL) searches on Cloud.
Lesson 7: Service management automation
Learn how to enhance standard Jira Service Management capabilities and automate tasks with Power Scripts in this video lesson.
Lesson 8: SIL mail handler
Learn how to process incoming emails and turn them into automated tasks (i.e. create a new issue based on an email)
Lesson 9: SIL runner gadget
In this lesson, Power Scripts expert Jonathan Muse shows you how to configure a list of scripts that can be run on demand directly from your Jira Dashboard.
Lesson 10: Outgoing webhooks
After viewing this lesson, you’ll be able to integrate Jira with other systems and send data from Jira to other applications via outgoing webhooks.
Lesson 11: Incoming webhooks
This lesson illustrates how to integrate with other systems and send data between applications via incoming webhooks.
Lesson 12: Switch user
In this lesson, learn how administrators can switch user sessions with any user in order to troubleshoot and resolve issues.
To learn more, visit Power Scripts for Jira documentation.
Last updated: 2022-09-30